misha tate He emerged victorious in his first UFC fight since 2016. Making a clinical performance at UFC Vegas 31, the 34-year-old surpassed Marion Reno via TKO in the final round.
‘Cupcake’ was far from being sweet inside the octagon as he was brutally punched in the third round, forcing the referee to stop the contest.
Taking to her Instagram, Tate released an official statement following her successful comeback. He acknowledged Reno’s career achievements and wished him all the best for his future endeavours. The former UFC bantamweight champion also paid tribute to his former coach, Robert Follis.
Returning to the UFC after nearly five years, Miesha Tate showed No sign of octagonal shock. He had confidence in his feet and his grappling was equally good.
In the third round of the fight, Tate shot for a double leg and took down Renu with ease. Having achieved full mount status, she took off heavy ground and pounds on Reneau, becoming the first fighter to finish the 44-year-old in MMA.
Coming to UFC Vegas 31, Reneau was on a four-fight losing streak. In his post-fight interview, ‘The Belizean Bruiser’ announced his retirement from the sport.
What’s next for Misha Tate?
After her fight against Marion Reno, Misha Tate made her intentions clear about continuing her second UFC run. ‘Cupcakes’ said that he decided not to come back for an early paycheck, but to reclaim the UFC bantamweight title.
Tate said he was ready to fight anyone further, including holly holmo, which he presented at UFC 196 in 2016.
“May they all get it respectfully. May they all come. I expected them to come out of the woodwork, so that’s great. I think the fight with Holly (Home) the second time will be great There are a lot of women in this division. Name them all. I don’t know where I’ll be in the rankings right now but I’m never going to say whether I deserve it or I deserve it. I understand that I have to keep climbing But whatever the name is to top that list, that’s fine with me,” Misha Tate said at the UFC Vegas 31 post-fight press conference.
Misha Tate’s professional MMA record is 19-7. After losing to Amanda Nunes and Raquel Pennington in 2016, she ended her career. However, the 34-year-old is now looking forward to chasing bantamweight gold once again.
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